Tag Archive: pride

Jul 25 2015

What it Means to be a Texan, Officially

By U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas As Texans, we have a style of our own – from our hospitality to our headwear. But you may be surprised to hear the iconic symbol of Western culture, the cowboy hat, only became an official state symbol a few weeks ago courtesy of the 84th Texas Legislature. This …

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Jul 17 2015

The Cheapest Way to Own a Car

by Mary Hunt There is nothing quite so expensive as a brand-new car that comes complete with 60 big monthly payments. Every day, it seems, I hear from readers who are saddled with those kinds of jumbo monthly car payments. They may look good driving around in their fancy financed vehicles, but those monthly payments …

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Jul 03 2015

Why Won’t Greece Take a Deal?

Ultimately, it’s about pride. By John Kiriakou Greece is in dire straits. As a Greek American, it hurts to watch. Without emergency loans from its European partners, Greece will default on its debts and likely be forced out of the Eurozone. That means tougher times ahead for Greece, Europe, and international financial markets. In exchange …

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May 28 2013

Memorial Day…a day to count our blessings

As we approach Memorial Day, memories of past celebrations of this holiday come to mind. As a child, Memorial Day signaled the first holiday of the summer (although it technically takes place while it is still Spring). Memorial Day observance goes back to the Civil War, and was intended to honor and pay homage to …

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Apr 24 2013

Honor Him!

Honor gives recognition to the work of someone other than ourselves. It is placing significance, importance or value on what they have done or accomplished. It places them above us in a position that commands respect for what they have done or who they are. To honor someone requires us, first and foremost, to be …

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